BY Sue Denimm
An Editor Has No Name
NEW BRUNSWICK — Allegations against Harvey Weinstein have been snowballing, as more and more people have been accusing the Academy Award-winning producer of sexual assault. Even more devastating is the impact this has had on Hollywood’s younger, more impressionable members, who have looked up to Weinstein as a role model. Hit especially hard is the star of the popular children’s television series “Little Bill,” Little Bill.
“It’s real hard when the adults you think are so cool turn out to be big jerks. I looked up to Mr. Weinstein ‘cuz I thought he made real good movies. I hope I never grow up to be a person that hurts poor innocent girls like that,” said Little Bill.
The popular television show has been off the air since 2004, but the rambunctious little cartoon boy won’t hesitate to share his thoughts on the world.
“I just love being happy and spreading love to everyone! I love puppies, drawing, and people that don’t turn out to be rampant sexual offenders!”
Since the allegations, Weinstein has been fired from the Weinstein Company and been denounced by every known member of Hollywood that has ever had the slightest interaction with the producer. It is difficult to remember the last time such heinous actions were done by such a beloved media personality.
Little Bill finished off by saying, “I won’t let this stop me from looking up to people who still bring happiness to people. Comedians, black public figures, stars of popular family T.V. shows. Especially ones that always smile and wear colorful sweaters, ‘cuz you just know you can trust them.” Hopefully this trend of violence and sexual misconduct in the movie industry doesn’t continue, because the crushed aspirations of a small animated television youngster would be too much to handle for the American public. We’re watching over you, Little Bill.